Banks remove money frequently without notifying the consumer, ie overdraft fees etc.
It shouldn’t be an issue right? In your case, it’s literally their money. The teller simply made an error.
So I went to the bank during lunch yesterday withdrew $2000. Got the cash but the teller only debited $200 from my account a $1,800 mistake. Woke up to the money still there and during lunch checked my account again and they had done a “check” withdrawal for the $1,800. Can they remove money without notifying me? Technically signed for $200 on the receipt but was given $2,000
Yes, the bank is allowed to correct the error.
...and if the error had gone the other way, you'd WANT them to...
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